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My Fear Of Mourning You

But You’re Still Here

By Angel AdagioPublished 2 months ago 1 min read
My Fear Of Mourning You
Photo by Andra C Taylor Jr on Unsplash

I’m mourning what we used to be.

The part of the story you said you were to me.

But now, I feel like nothing more than a stubborn sore on you that you’re trying desperately to get rid of.

And I don’t want to be part of your story in that way,

But it doesn’t feel like you want your part in my story to stay.

I still feel your love, but not sure if it's real.

I still think you care, but I fear it's all in my head.

I hold on to the things that I know keep us linked,

but once I let go,

will you remain?

love poems

About the Creator

Angel Adagio

Thank you for taking the time to read some of my work. It may not be perfect, but it's real. I hope you'll stay a while.

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